Hillary or Blood? Democrats and Post-Election Angry MobsAs the Democrats occupy the criminal-Leftist portion of the political spectrum, it becomes obvious that they are not our friends, or even civil opponents; they are our enemies, they hate us, they cannot tolerate us or our principles. They have long since declared war on us and our principles, and now that they have lost a battle, their true nature comes to the fore.
But there is certainly an informal dispute against Trump by the millions protesting across the country—as aimless as it might seem. In that sense, malcontent Democrats this year are behaving more similar those Democrats chanting “Tilden or blood” after the 1876 election.
Occasionally, these marches led to riots. The walkouts by high school students, some encouraged by teachers and administrators, led to one 15-year-old Trump supporter getting beat up by class mates, while other acts of violence have taken place against those who admitted to voting for the president-elect.
The violence is not that different from what happened in 1876 when Democrats were demanding that year’s popular vote winner Samuel Tilden be president, as it seemed Republican Rutherford B. Hayes would likely ascend to the presidency. From “Tainted by Suspicion:”
The fight is not over; it's hardly begun in earnest. It will take us wherever it is necessary.
UPDATE: link is fixed.